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Feb 9, 2013 1:30am PST
condition of allowing a 6' fence minimum. thank you. >> good afternoon, my name is cory powell and thank you president and commissioners for hearing me. i volunteer at the ccc and i participate in the steering committee there as well. the ccc offered me a safe place to go when i was newly sober and needed support and could not find any other place readily available. as visible as the castro country club was to continue my journey in sobriety. and t provided me a beginning for my recovery journey and in my experience it's a relative hub for the gay community for recovery. i am among hundreds who have used the facilities to live outside of addiction. the facilities include wi-fi that i have seen used to find employment and volunteerism opportunities. it provides me something outside of my day-to-day routine. and seek recovery support as well, which includes meeting with my sponsor and using the outside activity area for such activities, i suppose. and as along as they are open, people come seeking a solution to their addiction. when i volunteer, i usually volunteer from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00
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Feb 20, 2013 9:00am EST
slamming into us, okay? that is where we are. cory powell, joins me editor-at-large of "discover" magazine. >> live in amazing times. martha: i feel like you and i had these discussions in the past what could happen, what might happen. friday afternoon was unbelievable. >> i know you have this conversation and it all seems abstract and seems a little bit unreal because we don't see these things. we don't experience them very often but the human brain has a hard time processing catastrophic events that happen rarely. that's what we saw. two rare things that happened almost at the same time. one hit russia. one narrowly missed us. it is a reminder because they don't happen all the time doesn't mean they can't happen. martha: nasa has their video of this huge 190,000 ton, half the size of a football field. this is what it looks like as it was hurdling towards the earth. that is incredible. for someone like you, cory, that looks at images all the time, what do you think of that? >> this is a radar tracking station. they're bouncing radar, part of the problem is, we don't have very ma
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